Travelling to Belgium from Estonia

Current travel restrictions

All travelers coming to Belgium by plane or ship must fill in 48h before entering the country a Passenger Locator Form. It is unnecessary to fill in the form for travelers who are arriving by road transport and stay under 48h.

The countries are divided into green, orange, red, dark red and grey according to the spread of the infection (Estonia is included in the list of dark red zone).

Travellers coming from a green, orange, red, dark red or grey zone within the European Union or Schengen area (incl. Estonia) have to provide one of the following certificates:

  • A vaccination certificate proves that you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You are fully vaccinated 2 weeks after your last vaccination dose and if the vaccine is EMA-certified or Covishield.
  • A recovery certificate shows that you have recovered from COVID-19. You have a positive PCR test result no older than 180 days and you no longer need to isolate.
  • A test certificate is proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result that is less than 72 hours old or RAT test result that is less than 24 hours old.

Children: Children under the age of 12 are not required to submit the above documents.

Additional information: Conditions of entry (including residents).

Current measures in Belgium:

  • On 18 February 2022 the coronavirus barometer switched to code orange.
  • The use of the Covid Safe Ticket is mandatory for gatherings of more than 50 people indoors and more than 100 people outdoors.
  • From 01.03.2022, the validity of the vaccination certificate (Covid Safe Ticket) will be reduced from 270 days to 150 days. All the persons vaccinated before 01.10.2021 with a single-dose or double-dose vaccine must have received a booster dose before 01.03.2022, otherwise their vaccination certificate will not be valid. The validity of the certificate is 150 days. All these requirements only apply from the age 18.
  • Obligation to wear a mask: the mask is obligatory in public transport, health care, catering, leisure and entertainment facilities, sports centers and stores.There is no mask obligation during eating or if this is not possible due to the nature of the activity, eg exercise. Wearing a face mask is mandatory from the age of 12.